As physicists we got used to numerical computations in our daily work, and we are also convinced that education must not miss this aspect. The computational aspect of science should have the same importance as experiment and theory. This page is for both educators and students. We present here our current accomplishments as well as a repository of teaching materials revealing the fascinating world of computer exploration and visualization.
We propagate using in school and academic education the same tools which are used in research by mathematicians, physicists, chemists and theoretical biologists. Therefore the language of choice is Python and computer algebra system Sagemath. We rely solely on free and open software which implies no costs for licensing.